The Haunted House

Hey readers I know I have been posting after a long time in Paranormal. Actually I was in search of something different.
While searching for paranormal stuff I came in contact with Melissa Wilton from Canada who isn’t only a paranormal investigator but also a lovely homemaker. As I was talking to her she told me about one of her case of a Haunted house.

Yes I know in most the paranormal cases there are haunted houses but this one is different. One thing I would like to inform, for privacy concerns I won’t be revealing the property owner’s name, evidences and place.

So here now we will read what Melisa has to say about it.

Melissa: My team was contacted by the client who described various activity in the house, including seeing a man in their home office, having things move, sounds, etc. We set up a time to go conduct an investigation. We had a team of three of us go in November 2017. The investigation was mostly uneventful, the sensitive that we worked with felt the spirit of a small white dog, which the client had seen on multiple occasions. Upon review of my audio, I discovered that we did get one response to a question that I asked. During an EVP session, a team member commented that they heard footsteps upstairs, I asked if we had a camera facing in the direction of the sound, at the time, we heard nothing, but on the recording, we could hear a man’s voice quickly saying “no”, which was the correct answer to the question I asked, we did not have a camera facing in that direction!
On that investigation, we also captured an image of something on the stairs.

We were in touch with the client on and off through the holidays and in February 2018, with an increase in activity, we decided to go back for a follow up investigation. This time, it was myself and one other investigator, a sensitive who was not there the first time.

The night before the investigation, I had a dream that I was at the client’s house with her and I began to see spiders everywhere. The dream was extremely vivid, I have never had a dream about a client or upcoming investigation, so I decided to look up the meaning of the symbols in my dream. My research indicated that she may have a strong male, protective energy in her home.

While at the investigation, the other team member I had with me, talked about a protective male spirit, a family member from long ago, possibly. While we were conducting the investigation, our EMF detectors indicated several anomalies in a few random spots, like a desk chair, where the readings were high on and close to the chair, but not anywhere else in the room. As well, our EMF detector spiked randomly for no apparent reason, while sitting on the counter. This is something that happened in the same spot on our first visit, and we still cannot figure out what was going on.

As well, while doing EVP sessions, we heard knocking and tapping at random points, with no explanation. When you listen to this on the audio, it doesn’t seem like much, but knowing what was happening, that it was disembodied, it was very exciting!

Upon review of our footage, we also discovered that orb like specs seem to follow the client around. When she is in the room, they are in the room with her, and when she leaves, they leave. There were no orbs in any rooms that she wasn’t in, despite other people moving around in the rooms. This is very strange to me, I’ve never seen anything like it, and so I find it very interesting!

The sensitive that was at the second investigation felt strongly that the client was sensitive and had protective spirits around her, with this information, combined with all of the video, photo, and audio, we helped the client find ways to learn about potential sensitivities and work on them. I am still in close contact with her. The activity continues in her home, though it doesn’t scare them. In fact, a dream that she had helped them discover that they had an electrical problem that would have caused a house fire, if they had not found it!

Now that was Melissa’s view on the investigation. But as I question a lot here in this case even I asked her a few questions. Here it goes.

Me: My first question if they are protective spirits why did she ask for investigation as your sensitive said that the client was the sensitive herself. The spirits didn’t do anything to her even?

Melissa: The client wasn’t aware that she was sensitive or that the activity in her house was surrounding her, we put it all together through our investigation process. She still isn’t able to communicate with whatever is in her house, she’s learning to receive the information and try to analyse it.

Me: In many cases we have heard from mediums that’s if there are protective spirits at a place and if someone disturbs them in dreams which is supposed to be a lucid dream they feel choked. Or any sign of warning to stay away is given. Was it the same in your case as well?

Melissa: No, I didn’t experience being choked in my dream and neither has this client. The protective nature of this spirit is different than that. It’s more of an observing loved one that feels protective in a living way, not in a possessive way.

Me: Since when is she facing the activities at her home?

Melissa: She has had experiences her entire life, but the activity seems to be picking up the older she gets (She isn’t that old, for the record lol).

Me: Does she live alone?

Melissa: She lives with her husband. He also experiences the activity.

Me: Any close person of her who might have demised?

Melissa: There wasn’t anyone that she could think of.

Me: So the spirit only protects her? Or her husband as well?

Melissa: Well, it seems connected to her, but he definitely benefits from it. For example, the dream she had about a fire caused them to check everything and that’s when they found the fuse box smoking, and severely damaged, much of it was melted. If they hadn’t found it, their house would have burned down for sure.

Me: How old is the house they are living in?

Melissa: About 30 years.

Me: Seems these spirit or spirits maintained a code of honour… Did they try to mess with you and your fellow members?

Melissa: Not at all. They didn’t seem interested in us at all the first time we went. The second time, there was a lot of minor activity, but nothing negative or scary.

Me: The house they live in was it inherited? Or they bought it?

Melissa: They bought it.

Me: They are mostly interested in her. And which means there are no chances any of you carried any energy from there with you. And the sensitive or the medium who accompanied you on your second visit to it what were his views about the spirits?

Melissa: No, definitely not, we didn’t. The sensitive felt that it was an older male spirit that was connected through family to the client.

Ok, Thank you Melissa I will end my questions here.

Melissa: You are welcome.

So readers from here we get to know that all spirits are not bad. They are good and protective too. I hope you have enjoyed the read. Once again I would like to remind you that due to privacy concerns I won’t be revealing the property owner’s name, evidences and the actual place of incident.

I will end this article here. See you soon. Till then, keep reading, keep commenting and keep supporting.

Take care

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Interview With the Fashion Blogger

Hey everyone I am back after a long time. Yes on this new website but the contents would remain interesting as usual. Today on Interview zone I have Katherine Wallace from www.aureliabeauty.com. Katherine is a known fashion blogger and in her blogs she explains the products very well. So I shall proceed to the interview.

Me: Hi Katherine. Thank you for accepting my invitation for interview zone. So shall I proceed with the interview?
Kat: My pleasure. Sure. Go ahead.

Me: So how did you decide to become a fashion blogger? Was it a thoughtful choice?
Kat: I decided to become a fashion blogger because I love all things related to fashion and beauty, they have always inspired me. One evening I suggested starting a blog to my husband as a way to harness my creativity and share it with family, friends and whoever else stumbled across it. My husband was super supportive and now I have been blogging for about 4 months. I would say it was both a thoughtful, and spontaneous choice. Thoughtful in the sense that I knew this was something I was passionate about and had a drive to do. Yet spontaneous because it was a very spur of the moment choice to actually start my blog.

Me: Wow that’s awesome, So How was the response initially? Share some moments with us please.
Kat: I feel that the initial response was everything I could have hoped for. All of my family and friends were very supportive and couldn’t wait to see the content I was creating. I found it very touching that so many people in my life were interested in reading what I had to say. I have a hard time pinpointing any specific moments, because the whole experience has been so overwhelmingly positive.

Me: Do you think Organized Stores keep an eye of the fashion bloggers?
Kat: I definitely think that brands keep an eye on what bloggers are posting and saying about their products. However, in the past I believe brands have focused mainly on bloggers with larger followings. In the past year or so it seems that brands are starting to see the importance of micro-influencers when it comes to marketing. Micro-influencers (1,000 – over 10,000 followers, subscribers) can drive a lot of traffic to a store if they give a positive review of a product, or wear a brands clothing often. Personally, I have had brands interact with my posts on social media (likes, comments, ect.). Therefore I think it is safe to say that they are very aware about what bloggers are saying about their products and how even small bloggers can have an overall impact.

Me: Whom do you envision as your target reader?
Kat: I envision my target reader being a young professional or entrepreneur between the ages of 18-35. But in all honesty I think that anyone who has a love for fashion and beauty will enjoy reading my blog.

Me: There are a lot of people following you on your fashion blog. How do you manage this huge number of followers?
Kat: Other forms of social media such as Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter are major factors as to why I have the following that I do. By putting myself out there on all of those social media platforms I am able to reach a larger number of people on a daily basis.

Me: What motivates you to blog?
Kat: Other beauty and fashion bloggers really motivate me. Every time I go on Instagram, Pinterest or WordPress I see the content that is being put out by other bloggers. Sometimes I’ll see an outfit on someone with pieces I would never have thought to put together, but it looks amazing. This makes me look a bit closer at my own closet and try to look for pieces that I thought wouldn’t go well together before and make an outfit with them.
The same goes for the beauty side of my blog. I will see a colourful makeup look on Instagram and be inspired to try something similar. I think that is one of the amazing things about being a part of the blogger community, it is always so inspiring.

Me: That’s great to know. So my last question for you would be would you like to give any Any advice for all our fashionable readers?
Kat: Use fashion trends as guidelines, not rules. Find your own personal style and rock it, regardless of what the current trends are.

Katherine, that was a lovely advice

So readers this was Katherine for you today.

And I really hope you enjoyed reading.

Keep following, Keep reading. And Keep Rocking..

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Rabindranath Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore, some have heard and read about him some have not. Last week was his birthday. He was born in Calcutta on 7th May 1861 and died on 7th August 1941 in Calcutta. He was a Proud Indian He was a Writer, song composer, playwright, essayist, painter. And he received Novel Prize for ‘Gitanjali’ in the year 1913.

Honestly speaking on my blog today I won’t write what everyone knows or can read about him. This is my blog so today I will write what I truly feel, what I truly think about him.

I had read about him since my childhood. My Grandpa used to say one cannot finish reading his works during his/her whole lifetime. Of course he had written a lot. I somehow could feel whatever he might have felt during writing either a sad poetry or a love poem.

Many bengali people in India love him but some hate him. I remember, last year a renowned camera person from a renowned channel told me there’s no point in loving that man’s work because he got whatever he had because he was born in a rich family.

I didn’t respond him, I just smiled. Of course I could have argued with him because I have read him since my childhood. But I couldn’t make him understand what I exactly feel about Rabindranath Tagore.

If any artist is reading this then my question to you would be, have you seen Rabindranath Tagore’s old age photograph? If yes have you looked deep into his eyes? What do you see?

It is said that eyes of a human reflects everything about that person, I am not sure about others but about Rabindranath Tagore it was applicable. His emotions would be easily understandable from him eyes. I personally avoid looking in his eyes of his picture. Do you know what I see?

He might have recieved everything a man ever wants or wanted but his eyes says he was in agony, in deep pain which he couldn’t share with anyone. His eyes say he wanted peace. His eyes depict, only if he could turn over the time.

There are many portraits about him. Many people draw about him. I only sketched once about him because I can’t draw those eyes. I can’t draw that pain, that hurt. I can’t. I only sketched about him once in my lifetime but for me that was worse because I felt like thousands of knives were hitting me.

I have never seen him but I feel like as if I have known him since ages. May be it’s common.

Many “FAMOUS” people would say ,”Ah, that’s very normal”, if I share my true feelings about what I feel about Rabindranath Tagore. But my question is do you feel connected to him like I do? Do you feel like you have known him always like I do? Do you?

Honestly speaking he isn’t my favourite writer or poet or painter but still I love reading his works. This reminds me of one more incident in 2017 while I was working as a journalist, my senior asked me about one of the phrases of Rabindranath Tagore’s work “Ghore Baire”, a lady who sort of hated me commented, “How would she know about it? You asked the wrong person”, and she chuckled. My senior knowing me well then told her, “Why don’t you answer it then”, she didn’t have any answer to it. I simply completed the phrase and told him the other required details and left the room.

You know I didn’t feel victorious that day because she couldn’t answer it and I knew about it. I was extremely hurt because I can’t portray my feelings.

I know whoever reads it might feel it boring because for the very first time ever I have revealed this side of me but one thing I would say Rabindranath Tagore was really a great man. Not because I know it but because I feel it.

A quote by him, “Who are you, reader, reading my poems an hundred years hence? I cannot send you one single flower from this wealth of the spring, one single streak of gold from yonder clouds. Open your doors and look abroad. From your blossoming garden gather fragrant memories of the vanished flowers of an hundred years before. In the joy of your heart may you feel the living joy that sang one spring morning, sending its glad voice across an hundred years.”

That’s all for today.

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Interview Zone: Interview with The Photographer

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Hello Readers, So today is Sunday that means Interview day.. Today I have got Mr Suryaya Sankar Saha’s interview on photography. Let me tell you, Mr Saha is a well known photographer. From a shop owner in India, West Bengal to a renowned photographer has been a very big step in his life. Here goes some of his works.

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So without further delay I’ll move on to the interview.

Moni: Hello Mr. Saha welcome to Her_Blog.

Mr. Saha: Thank you Monidipa

Moni: Let’s start with the interview. So my first query is What is your expertise as a photographer? What do you basically shoot about?

Mr. Saha: My expertise is in capturing candid moments in various events… I shoot events, music videos, portfolio, product shoot etc.

Moni: Wow, that’s a lot of work.. Ok moving on to the next question, in your country how is the business of photography. On a scale of 1-10 how much would you rate about it. 1 being the least.

Mr. Saha: The prospects of photography is increasing in our country day by day… I would give a rating of 8.

Moni: Not bad at all, you are very much talented Mr Saha have you ever thought of persuing your talents out of your country? If no, why?

Mr. Saha: Yes I have thought about it. And I am working on it though.

Moni: Well, that’s a good news then I guess. So, how long have you been working in the photography arena?

Mr. Saha: I have been working in the photography arena for three years as a full timer & around six years as a part timer.

Moni: Interesting, Why did you choose this line of work? You know there might be risk and all.

Mr. Saha: Honestly speaking Moni, I choose photography because it was my passion.

Moni: Ok, What were the challenges that you most commonly have faced and how did you deal with them?

Mr. Saha: The biggest challenge that we face is the mindset that anybody and everybody can do photography, it doesn’t require any special skill. I dealt with the challenge by clicking unique & creative photographs.

Moni: I don’t know what to say after this, so I’ll move on to the next question. What do you enjoy the most about your job as a photographer?

Mr. Saha: Ummm, I love everything about my work but I would say getting a chance to meet various people and exploring different places.

Moni: Have you ever faced a difference of opinion with a client? How did you handle it?

Mr. Saha: Yes. I handled the difference in opinion and I dealt with it by explaining my point of view, about which I don’t want to get into the details.

Moni: No issues, when it comes to work what is your biggest strength and weakness?

Mr. Saha: Biggest strength is creativity & punctuality & my weakness is I forget everything else while I am at work.

Moni: Haha, totally understandable. What inspires you at your work?

Mr. Saha: The desire to challenge my own work inspires me in my work.

Moni: How do you make a picture stand out?

Mr. Saha: I make a picture stand out by using different angles and different light.

Moni: Mr. Saha how much experience do you have in Photography field?

Mr. Saha: Approximately, around 10 years.

Moni: Photography. What does it mean to you?

Mr. Saha: It is my bread & butter as well as my passion, in short it is my life.

Moni: Ok last question, If you were to give advice to a rookie about how to become a photographer, what would you say? What would you not say?

Mr. Saha: I would ask him/her to have patience to capture the perfect moment & I would not tell him/her that the journey he is undertaking is a difficult one. In short I won’t discourage anyone.

Moni: Well Thank You so much Mr. Saha for sharing your experiences with us. Thank You for this interview.

Mr. Saha: It was my pleasure.

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So everyone, this was Mr Suryaya Sankar Saha with us. I hope you will enjoy reading his interview as much as I enjoyed taking his interview.

So see you soon.

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